Curves from Apollonius to Bezier

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This PD course Curves from Apollonius to Bezier explains interesting constructions and application of curves in mathematics, from the time of the ancient Greeks, through the great developments of the 17th and 18th centuries, to the modern applications of design and computer graphics of the de Casteljau Bezier curves. It also provides a self contained introduction to using GeoGebra in the classroom.

This course is a Professional Development course for maths teachers, part of the Mathematics in The Modern World suite of courses developed at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW Australia. This course is presented by A/Prof Norman Wildberger, who in 2014 received a UNSW VCATE teaching award, and assisted by Daniel Mansfield, who has just received a VCATE teaching award last year!

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